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More nutrients:

Sept. 23, 2023 at 11am

 Duck eggs have a higher fat content than chicken eggs. Duck eggs contain 9.6 grams of fat, compared to 5 grams of fat in chicken eggs. They are also higher in Omega-3 fatty acids - 71.4 milligrams vs 37 milligrams. Duck eggs are higher in protein than chicken eggs. This is good news for everyone on a high protein diet, such as the Paleo Diet. An average chicken egg contains 6.28 grams of protein, while an average duck egg contains 8.97 grams of protein.

Improved baking:

Sept. 23, 2023 at 11am

Duck eggs contain more albumen than chicken eggs. This is the big bonus when baking with duck eggs. More albumen gives your pastries and other baked goods more structure and a higher lift. Cakes and other pastries come out fluffier and lighter than with chicken eggs. Because the whites of duck eggs have more protein than those of chicken eggs, they will whip up higher when beaten and create more loft in cakes. But since the yolks are so rich, your cakes may also be richer with duck eggs. Most people who have baked with them prefer duck eggs for those reasons.

Better taste:

Sept. 23, 2023 at 11am

Due to their much larger yolk and higher fat content, duck eggs are richer and creamier, and taste less watery than chicken eggs. The whites are super thick which makes for a great poached or fried egg.

Fewer allergens:

Sept. 23, 2023 at 11am

People who have an allergy to chicken eggs can often eat duck eggs with no ill effects. This is because the proteins in duck and chicken eggs are slightly different. Anyone with a severe egg allergy should always check with your doctor first before you experiment with duck eggs to make sure this is a safe substitution for you

The exceptions:

Duck eggs are higher in cholesterol than chicken eggs, so if you are currently watching your cholesterol or have issues maintaining a healthy cholesterol level, duck eggs are not for you.

Duck eggs are higher in cholesterol than chicken eggs, so if you are currently watching your cholesterol or have issues maintaining a healthy cholesterol level, duck eggs are not for you. Duck eggs have 3 times more cholesterol than chicken eggs. This is partly because of their larger overall size, partly because the yolk itself is larger, and partly because duck eggs have a higher fat content.

While duck eggs are higher in protein and other nutrients, they are also higher in calories. A chicken egg averages 71 calories, but a duck egg averages 130 calories. These calories come from a higher mix of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.